Hawkwood, Gordonsville, Virginia, 1854. Designed by A.J. Davis, who is widely regarded as the outstanding American designer of country houses in America. Designed at the height of his interest in the Tuscan style, it shows his skill in handling irregular composition and embodies features characteristic of his designing. Its arcaded veranda is notable and unique among the surviving Davis villas. Designed as a private dwelling. Destroyed by fire in 1982
The lost Victorian Homes of downtown Los Angeles, California. The Melrose Hotel, built in 1882 and Hotel Richelieu at Grand Avenue and Second Street in the late It was demolished to put up high-rise apartment buildings & office complexes.
Curvy's Abandoned Church in HDR - Detroit, Michigan 003 Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church of Detroit built in 1908 and affectionately known as St. Abandoned for over 10 years, it is now being remodeled. Hope in Detroit.
I think this Abandoned Asylum symbolises the story. It shows how Blanche is crazy and confused about her life. This relates to the story by describing how this asylum symbolises Blanche. Also Blanche does go to a insane asylum at the end of the story.
Hotel for Ghosts. I doubt when the owner built this place as a luxury hotel never pictured it like this. He probably never thought word like "abandoned" "ruined" and "haunted" would describe his Halcyon Hall- Jenn Taken on January 2011